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Studies on mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars. II. Morphological and physico-chemical studies of some promising cultivars of the district Murshidabad, West Bengal



Studies on mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars. II. Morphological and physico-chemical studies of some promising cultivars of the district Murshidabad, West Bengal



Indian Agriculturist 26(4): 243-256



Eighteen cvs were assessed for fruit weight and length, seed weight and length, weight of pulp and peel, pulp percentage, pulp and juice quality, fruit flavour and keeping quality, fruit chemical composition, and tree characteristics. The data are tabulated. The mid-season Alam Pasand gave the best results with regard to flavour, pulp content, fruit appearance and storability. The Mocha produced the largest fruits of over 500 g but they were of poor quality.

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